- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Beyond Auerbach: Homeric Narrative and the <i>Epic Of Gilgamesh</i>
- 3 Homeric Battle Narrative and the Ancient Near East
- 4 Narrative Focus and Elusive Thought in Homer
- 5 Structure as Interpretation in the Homeric <i>Odyssey</i>
- 6 Exemplarity and Narrative in the Greek Tradition
- 7 ‘Where do I Begin?’: An Odyssean Narrative Strategy and its Afterlife
- 8 Some Ancient Views on Narrative, its Structure and Working
- 9 Who, Sappho?
- 10 The Creative Impact of the Occasion: Pindar'S Songs for the Emmenids and Horace'S <i>Odes</i>1.12 and 4.2
- 11 Narrative on the Greek Tragic Stage
- 12 Stock Situations, <i>Topoi</i> and the Greekness of Greek Historiography
- 13 Heliodorus the Hellene
- 14 Livy Reading Polybius: Adapting Greek Narrative to Roman History
- 15 <i>Pamela</i> and Plato: Ancient and Modern Epistolary Narratives
- 16 The Anonymous Traveller in European Literature: A Greek Meme?
- Defining Greek Narrative
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